Dmitry Chesnokov wrote an article today entitled “Why Ilya Kovalchuk didn’t disrespect NJ Devils in leaving for KHL.” The premise of the article is that: 1. Ilya Kovalchuk’s decision to leave the Devils’ organization was not a rash one; 2…. Read More ›
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I’ve been in a funk all day after our boys were eliminated from the Western Conference Final. So I took some construction tools, wrecked and rebuilt the place. Voila. It’s similar to what you’ve seen but with some new features…. Read More ›
The San Jose Sharks are interested. Rumor has it even the Anaheim Ducks and Vancouver Canucks have put their slimy hands on the phone and made calls. The L.A. Kings have to get in on this. Scott Gomez is the… Read More ›
Enjoy. Brian Burke interview with James Duthie of TSN.
Rogers Waters asked, “is there anybody out there?” The answer is yes. NHL and NHLPA + certain ironman members of the media are all in New York, centered by mediator Scot L. Beckenbaugh. No truth to the rumors Mr. Beckenbaugh lost… Read More ›
Look at Donald Fehr in this CBC article. He understands the importance of well-educated enforcers. update – fuckers changed the picture There is Twitter talk from the pundits the two sides are closer than they have been and the NHLPA… Read More ›
Donald Fehr and Gary Bettman, each having received a message from Santa Claus, arrive at the North Pole for Santa’s requested meeting. They sit in Santa’s office.
The most complicated contracts generally come down to simple and core principles. I was pleased to finally see some emotion in these negotiations. The fact Gary Bettman looked like he may cry tells me there is finally some traction. The… Read More ›
“County music? Is the song about trucks?” “No, no, it’s about the dude’s dog.” “Idiot, it’s about how she broke his heart so he broke her jaw…” You don’t like country music? I grew up with it. I was a… Read More ›
L.A. Kings fans are a lucky bunch. During the chill of the NHL lockout, we have a 16-4 playoff run and a Stanley Cup Championship to warm our cockles. With the talk now of decertification (the ultimate “oh yeah?!” to… Read More ›